With this simple LaTeX template you can quickly create and share your family tree online with friends and relatives.
For help with different styles, see this guide to trees in LaTeX on the excellent LaTeX Community forum, and you can find help with using the TikZ package in Part 3 of our free Introduction to LaTeX course.
These instructions provide guidelines for preparing papers for AIP Publishing journals.
To begin writing online (in your browser), simply click the Open as Template button, above. Additional guidelines for preparing your submission are included within the template itself.
This template is designed for submissions to current AIP Publishing journals:
Applied Physics Letters
Applied Physics Reviews
AVS Quantum Science
Chemical Physics Reviews
Journal of Applied Physics
Journal of Chemical Physics
Journal of Laser Applications
Journal of Mathematical Physics
Journal of Physical and Chemical Reference Data
Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy
Journal of Rheology
Matter and Radiation at Extremes
Nanotechnology and Precision Engineering
Physics of Fluids
Physics of Plasmas
Review of Scientific Instruments
AIP Publishing has arranged for The Charlesworth Group to provide support from submission through to publication, with expert English language editing, translation, figure creation and figure formatting. Visit https://authorservices.aip.org/ for more information.
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This is the template for LaTeX submissions to eLife.
You can use Overleaf to write and collaborate online in LaTeX using the template. Once your article is complete, you can submit directly to eLife using the ‘Submit to eLife’ option in the Overleaf editor.
The leading scientists behind eLife are committed to rapid, fair, and constructive review. Before you submit your work, please note that eLife is a very selective journal that aims to publish work of the highest scientific standards and importance.
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